LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Tourism officials are expecting over 320,000 people to visit Las Vegas for Thanksgiving this year.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said about 322,000 visitors will spend roughly $232 million between Thursday and Nov. 30. That is a 1.3 percent increase in visitors compared to last year and a 1.2% increase in visitor spending.
Also, about 95 percent of Vegas' 149,331 hotel rooms will be occupied during that period, according to the LVCVA.
Las Vegas is a popular destination over the holiday as many restaurants offer unique dishes, menus, and Thanksgiving Day buffet specials at the different hotel-casinos.
The agency says the total economic impact of Thanksgiving this year will be an estimated $388 million, a 1.2 percent overall increase from 2018.